Riders from around the province were in WIlliams Lake June 2-3 for a series of B.C. Motocross Association races.

Riders from around the province were in WIlliams Lake June 2-3 for a series of B.C. Motocross Association races.

BCMA hosts North Race Series in Williams Lake

The BC Motorcross Association North Race Series rode into Williams Lake featuring participants from across B.C.

The BC Motorcross Association North Race Series rode into Williams Lake featuring participants from across B.C.

Riders came from as far away as Terrace and Salmon Arm, and everywhere in between. Classes run included four- to six-year-olds to the 40-plus group, with entries of almost 200 riders.

The event is split into different classes by age and bike size.

The next scheduled event at the Williams Lake track, located just five minutes up Highway 20 towards Bella Coola, is scheduled for Aug. 18-19 and will featured a large turnout of riders — some pro and some intermediate.

For more information on the club and Motocross in B.C. visit www.wldracing.com and www.bcmaracing.com.

The following are results from local competitors:

Saturday Local Top Five Results

Vet Master

5. No. 2 Glen Oosting, Williams Lake

Vet Junior

3. Brian Jenkins, Horsefly

5. Rick Seibert, 150 Mile House

Schoolboy

5. Brett Hare, Williams Lake

Plus 40

4. Glen Oosting, WL

Ladies

2. Annelise Shendruk, WL

Junior B

2. Wyatt Branch, 150 Mile House

8. Kaelan Kohlen, WL

Junior MX-3

2. Vince Oosthuizen

Junior MX-1

3. Ken Burgess, WL

Beginner MX-2

5. Kyle Seibert, 150 Mile House

85cc – 12 to 16

1. Kenny Urquhart, WL

3. Hunter Mennie, WL

65cc PeeWee

4. Marcus Deausy, 150 Mile House

5. Troy Bell, WL

50cc – 7 to 8

1. Marcus Deausy 150 Mile House

3. Thomas Kaiser, WL

4. Cayden Kunka Vedan, WL

Sunday Local Top Five Results

Youth

1. Brayden Methot, WL

2. Kody Ilnicki, WL

Vet Master

5. Glen Oosting, WL

Vet Junior

3. Brian Jenkins, Horsefly

5. Rick Seibert, 150 Mile House

Schoolboy

3. Ezra Oosting, WL

Plus 40

4. Glen Oosting, WL

Ladies

2. Annelise Shendruk, WL

3. Jenna Mennie, WL

Junior B

1. Kaelan Kohlen, WL

2. Wyatt Branch, 150 Mile House

Junior MX-3

4. Vince Oosthuizen, WL

Junior MX-2

3. Vince Oosthuizen, WL

Junior MX-1

3. Ken Burgess, WL

Intermediate MX-1

2. Brayden Methot, WL

3. Kody Ilnicki, WL

Beginner MX-1

2. Wyatt Jensen

85cc – 7 to 11

3. Kenny Urquhart, WL

4. Hunter Mennie, WL

65cc PeeWee

3. Marcus Deausy, 150 Mile House

50cc – 7 to 8

1. Marcus Deausy, 150 Mile House

3. Thomas Kaiser, WL

5. Cayden Kunka Vedan, WL

 

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